Daniel Levine-Spound is CIVIC’s Peacekeeping Research Fellow in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Prior to joining CIVIC, Daniel attended Harvard Law School, where his work centered on international humanitarian law and the protection of human rights in the context of armed conflict and counterterrorism operations. As a law student, Daniel spent three semesters in the Harvard International Human Rights Clinic and co-authored a book on the history of the criminalization of homosexuality in Tunisia. Before law school, Daniel spent two years in Tunis, where he worked for the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies and published articles as a freelance writer on Tunisia’s democratic transition and the protection of individual rights. In addition to his Juris Doctorate (cum laude), Daniel holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Comparative Literature from Brown University.